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Trust and Initial Teacher Education

A Lament

Teachers as trusted professionals Popular writer Adam Grant has looked at what has made the Finnish school system among the most successful in the world: In the early 1990s, a new leader came in and called for another set of dramatic changes to create ‘a new culture of education.’ Policymakers started engaging teachers and students […]

Full Citation Information:
Haynes, B. (2024). Trust and Initial Teacher Education: A Lament. PESA Agora. https://pesaagora.com/columns/trust-and-initial-teacher-education/

Bruce Haynes

Bruce Haynes, FPESA, FPE, is retired after 34 years in teacher education and 50 years of PESA membership. He is founding member, a past president and fellow of PESA, and been always been active member. PESA honours him and Felicity by holding a named lecture at conference. His 2009 papers, in the Educational Philosophy and Theory special issue, Celebration of PESA 40 years, include Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia: The official record, and PESA and I: A long engagement, tell us a lot more about his contribution to PESA.